Key health issues divide both parties
AP/Yahoo News, January 21, 2008
In a preview to the rest of 2008, Health and Human Services Secretary Mike Leavitt says the Bush administration will work to limit the government's role in the delivery of healthcare. The goal is a sharp contrast with Democratic proposals such as giving the health chief the power to negotiate drug prices and greatly increasing enrollment in federally sponsored health insurance for children.
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